Question about Nokia 2760 Cellular Phone
In that case you have a fault which is not user-serviceable. Your phone sends and receives on two separate frequencies. The receiver side of things is working, but the transmission side has failed.
There are a number of possible causes, some are easy and cheap to fix, others may mean that the phone is beyond economic repair. If your phone is still under warranty and has definitely not suffered liquid damage then you may be able to get a free warranty repair. In practice, it's a phone which retails for only £65 or so, so it's more likely that the phone will simply be exchanged under warranty. The company sends out a bare phone (no battery, battery cover, etc.) and you return your phone in the same condition.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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